By Staff on August 13, 2012
Hailing from New York's capital (that being Albany, NOT NYC like most people assume), indie-rock band Aficionado have carved quite a sound of their own and below, you can hear one of their latest tracks.
Clocking in just over 4 minutes, "Empty" is one of those tracks that balances between an anthematic chorus line and a building verse that ultimately leads to a pretty fuzzed-out bridge that reminds you these guys enjoy their rock licks just as much as their occasional flute lines.
Photo courtesy of No Sleep Records
"Empty" is the title track off Aficionado's forthcoming 2-song 7" which is slotted for a 9/25 release via No Sleep Records. Pre-orders are available here.
If you haven't already picked it up, grab Aficionado's self-titled album which arrived in 2011 on No Sleep Records, right here.